Set Personal Default View in Microsoft CRM 2011 Web Client

If you are using the Microsoft CRM 2011 Web Client – one of the more useful setting is to set your personal default view.  Often times, the system default view may not be your personal preference.  Also, you may have created a personal view via Advanced Find that you would like to be the default instead.

Here is how to set your personal default view in Microsoft CRM 2011 Web Client:

  • Select your desired personal default view a CRM Entity View.  For example Leads “Leads Opened This Week”

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  • Click on the View tab and then click on the “Set As Default View

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That’s it – this will save you time on each time you access this entity view.

Frank Lee
Microsoft Dynamics CRM MVP since 2006

About Frank Lee

Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM/xRM consultant in San Francisco, USA.  Awarded the Microsoft MVP (Dynamics 365/CRM) 12 consecutive years from 2006 to 2018. Actively involved with Microsoft Dynamics CRM implementations since Microsoft CRM v1.0 beta (2002). Super passionate about everything CRM, especially in the areas of Cloud Computing, A.I., Digital Transformation and Automation.
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7 Responses to Set Personal Default View in Microsoft CRM 2011 Web Client

  1. LegalTrack says:

    Frank, can you then also share your default view setting or publish it for public view ?

  2. Currently there no “one button” conversion between a personal view and public view. Just have to re-create that personal view under a system view.

  3. LegalTrack says:

    Thanks Frank. But can we not make one personal view and share it with a team or something ?

  4. Gitte Pinnau says:

    How do I achieve this in an Outlook client (Outlook 2007)?

  5. Lo says:

    How do you return someone’s default view to the default system view?

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